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Don't fight it.

So you want more carabiners, but your significant other is telling you to cut back? Since when does a climber need to rationalize adding more carabiners to his or her kit? If you think we're going to sit here and brag about the Black Diamond Nitron Carabiner's lethal combo of light weight, strength, and value, then you're mistaken. And if you expect us to regale you with tales of the Nitron's gaping 22 mm of gate clearance and slim profile, then we're sorry to disappoint. It's just not going to happen.

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4 5

NICE BINERS, MAN!

I bought these biners on cleansnipe for 60% off. They were well worth the money. I don't use them to climb however. I use them for making a pulley system on my slackline. These biners are strong and lightweight. The bent gate mouth makes the opening HUGE! You can use these to set a top rope anchor, but being that they are not locking biners... I would double them up and reverse the gates on them. Remember you can't be too safe when climbing. These biners are worth every penny, especially if you can catch them on cleansnipe.com.

4 5

NICE BINERS, MAN!

I bought these biners on cleansnipe for 60% off. They were well worth the money. I don't use them to climb however. I use them for making a pulley system on my slackline. These biners are strong and lightweight. The bent gate mouth makes the opening HUGE! You can use these to set a top rope anchor, but being that they are not locking biners... I would double them up and reverse the gates on them. Remember you can't be too safe when climbing. These biners are worth every penny, especially if you can catch them on cleansnipe.com.